Launch Silicon Valley Launch: Silicon Valley 2011   30 ‘Hot’ Emerging Tech Companies to Debut30 Startup companies from around the world to publicly launch with presentations to Silicon Valley’s Most Influential VC and Angel Investors

The Silicon Valley Association of Startup Entrepreneurs (SVASE) today announced the companies invited to launch their companies and new products at Launch: Silicon Valley 2011. The event, to be held June 7 beginning at 8:30 a.m. at Microsoft’s Mountain View Campus, is Silicon Valley’s most affordable, high visibility platform for emerging technology companies to springboard their products or services into the market. Here is the full agenda.

This year’s presenters were selected from over 300 applicants and span the categories of information technology, mobility, security, digital media, next generation internet, technology and clean energy.

The Finalist companies demonstrating at Launch: Silicon Valley 2011 are listed below.

“Launch: Silicon Valley has always provided a terrific platform for startups to launch their products to the world, and this promises to be a very exciting year,” said Chris Gill, President and CEO of SVASE, co-presenter of Launch: Silicon Valley. “The continued popularity of this early stage startup event is due to the level of innovation and talent showcased here to some of Silicon Valley’s most influential executives and VCs. The result is a significant launch base for finalists, and another must-attend event for potential investors, partners, entrepreneurs and other Silicon Valley influencers who are searching for exceptional startups that have a shot at becoming the next great companies to emerge from the Valley.”


Company Application Category Web Site
Bourne Energy River power generation CleanTech
Intelen Energy demand platform CleanTech
Skyline Solar High efficiency solar CleanTech
Sylvatex BioFuels Water/ethanol biodiesel CleanTech
WattzOn Energy management platform CleanTech
6dot Braille labeller Lifescience
Keramed Artificial Cornea Lifescience
Mobisante Ultrasound on your cell! Lifescience
Super-Nova Diagnostics Platform Lifescience
Trutags Edible microtags Lifescience
AllMyApps Windows App Store Mobile
Geo Trio GPS based audio tours Mobile
Innovalley Wearable iPhone accessories Mobile
Pole Star Indoor Positioning Mobile
Zapaday Future News Mobile
andi Document interface Next Gen Internet
Humuch Global Price Comparisons Next Gen Internet
Pingar Unstructured data search Next Gen Internet
Signifyd Social anti-virus Next Gen Internet
Steelhouse Behavioral commerce Next Gen Internet
Take The Interview Video interviews Next Gen Internet
Thuuz Sports discovery platform Next Gen Internet
Waba Digital objects management Next Gen Internet
Warranty Life Warranty tracking Next Gen Internet
yaM Labs Meeting productivity Next Gen Internet
Flyvie Flight training Technology
Global Vision Systems 4D data displays Technology
Hubcase Support chain escalation Technology
Musicland Interactive music teaching Technology
Run MyProcess Business Process management Technology
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